A Few Dollars for Django
|A Few Dollars for Djanjo|
|Directed by||León Klimovsky
Enzo G. Castellari
|Produced by||Marino Girolami|
|Screenplay by||Manuel Sebares
|Music by||Carlo Savina|
|Edited by||Antonio Gimeno|
|9 September 1966|
A Few Dollars for Django (Italian: Pochi dollari per Django) is a 1966 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by León Klimovsky and starring Anthony Steffen. Although he was credited as a second unit director, Enzo G. Castellari directed a main part of the film.
The film's title was meant to evoke the recent Spaghetti Westerns For a Few Dollars More (1965) and Django (1966), although A Few Dollars for Django has no direct connection to either one; there is no character in the film named Django.
A bounty hunter named Regan wishes to settle down and begin a new life, maybe become sheriff, but a murder leads him in pursuit of bank robbers and lands him in a range war with farmers and cattlemen.
- Anthony Steffen (as Antony Steffen) as Regan
- Frank Wolff as Jim Norton / Trevor Norton
- Gloria Osuna as Sally Norton
- Ennio Girolami (as Thomas Moore) as Sam Lister
- José Luis Lluch as Buck Dago
- Alfonso Rojas as Amos Brownsberg
- Sandalio Hernández as Smitty
- José Luis Lizalde (as Tomas Lizalde) as Judge's Assistant
- Ángel Ter as Judge
- Joaquín Parra as Freeman (uncredited)
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